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Danger level 7
Type: Trojans
Common infection symptoms:
  • Annoying Pop-up's
  • Connects to the internet without permission
  • Installs itself without permissions
  • Shows commercial adverts
  • Slow Computer
  • Slow internet connection
  • System crashes

Worm.Nayrabot.gen!A

Worm.Nayrabot.gen!A is another Trojan, threatening Windows system users with its abilities to enter insensibly, act treacherously, and steal personal information without any need of administrative authorizations. And there is no way to know how Worm.Nayrabot.gen!A could attack the next system, as it has been implemented by well experienced hackers, who are familiar with various security cracks, through which Worm.Nayrabot.gen!A could be easily infiltrated. However, it is most likely that this malicious infection comes through encrypted downloads or setups in spam email attachments. Note that it may be extremely difficult to detect and remove Worm.Nayrabot.gen!A from your computer, because this malicious application does not have an interface, and the Trojan is composed of such files, which help hide its infectious components from removal.

Worm.Nayrabot.gen!A has been found out to cause serious Windows failures, as well as such unlawful interruptions as IRC connections, downloads or Registry entries’ creation. And all of it is because of all these malignant Trojan’s files:

26AC.tmp
bne.exe
FE1.exe
lvvm.exe
svhost.exe

If you opened Task Manger, upon Worm.Nayrabot.gen!A’s activity, you should be able to detect these files running in your system. You can detect the temporary file 26AC.tmp (C:\Windows\Temp) and other executables (C:\Application Data) in your computer, but we do not recommend having these Worm.Nayrabot.gen!A files removed manually, because of the treacherous nature of a Trojan infection! You should trust this complicated task to automatic removal tools, because they could act much faster with such infectious components as information stealer bne.exe, which enables Worm.Nayrabot.gen!A to work as a rootkit. A rootkit Trojan is extremely secretive, and only up-to-date automatic removal tools could delete it without much trouble.

The most dangerous of the Worm.Nayrabot.gen!A’s files is svhost.exe, which can monitor browsing habits, copy inputs, add/delete and even hijack processes. This file can easily create a connection to a remote server, copy information on keyboard inputs and virus scanners found on autoexec.bat file, and send spam emails, using your email and contact book details. Aside from that, Worm.Nayrabot.gen!A’s svhost.exe is also polymorphic, which allows this executable to transform its structure, change the name, and hide from getting removed.

Worm.Nayrabot.gen!A can be hidden with the rootkit method, its files are know to change their structures, and various other Trojan’s attributes help it stay safe from removal. Hence, it could be highly dangerous to remove Worm.Nayrabot.gen!A manually, as those malignant files that could be missed during the removal, potentially could help the Trojan regenerate. Legitimate security software could not only delete Worm.Nayrabot.gen!A, but also guard you system against future attack, so we recommend choosing this alternative. And do not forget that if you notice slow PC’s performance or Internet connection disturbances, you should figure out what is causing these dysfunctions, because maybe Worm.Nayrabot.gen!A is trying to breach your privacy!

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Files associated with Worm.Nayrabot.gen!A infection:

svhost.exe
26AC.tmp
bne.exe
FE1.exe
26AC.tmp
lvvm.exe
svhost.exe
lvvm.exe
4423.exe
bne.exe
FE1.exe

Worm.Nayrabot.gen!A processes to kill:

svhost.exe
bne.exe
FE1.exe
lvvm.exe
svhost.exe
lvvm.exe
4423.exe
bne.exe
FE1.exe
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